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Tiossan Luxury Skin Care Collection Made in Senegal

Tiossan Luxury Skin Care Made In Senegal

Serial entrepreneur Magatte Wade, the founder of Adina World Beat Beverages, has created a new brand of luxury skin care called Tiossan. The first of its kind from Senegal, where Magatte hails from,  Tiossan products are made using ancient recipes and natural African botanicals that help to keep skin vibrant and healthy, and combat ageing.

 

The inspiration for Tiossan came from influences that began in childhood, and the memories of her grandmother applying traditional natural skin care treatments to her skin, a practice Magatte continues to do to this day.

 

The formulation’s for Tiossan’s products are carefully crafted combining the healing and nourishing ingredients with state-of-the-art clean technology, to create Ellativa™, Tiossan’s unique healing complex that see Black Seed Oil combined with an exclusive blend of essential oils and natural ingredients among them, unrefined shea butter, Aloe Vera, Safflower Seed Oil, Rice Bran oil, all known for providing powerful skin care benefits.

 

As an advocate of positive change in business, gender roles, and Africa, through Tiossan Magatte is dedicated to supporting the Senegalese community, with 50% of the profits from every Tiossan product purchased directed towards creating innovative schools in Senegal, for local students to receive an education in creativity, innovation, design, and entrepreneurship – skills that will not only help them achieve sustainable, fulfilling lives, but ones that allow them to channel their ambition.

 

 

Tiossan - LE SUCRE DETOXIFYING BODY POLISH

 

 

Tiossan - LA PURETÉ PURIFYING BAR SOAP

 

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For further information about Tiossan visit: www.tiossan.com

 

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